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to business as usual, heartache remains for many. late their morning, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosions, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university's campus tonight. critically injured transit officer, richard donohue remains hospitalized. >> this was an injury where the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of the heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. >> reporter: today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago there will ab moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. that will be followed by a ringing of the bells in boston and elsewhere. john? >> that's right. the city and the state will come together one more time today at 2:50 p.m. pamela brown, our thanks to you. >>> as developments unfold, investigators will examine the activities of tamerlan tsarnaev including a trip he took to russia. he was on the fbi's radar because of possible links to extremism,
now know, 29-year-old krystle campbell. what a life she had. so much love from her entire family. and also, martin richard, young boy just 8 years old. a candlelight vigil held last night in his honor. people packing a park in his dorchester neighborhood. as for the injured, some good news to tell you about this morning. at least 100 of the 183 people taken to the hospital, they have now been released. we are -- >> we're hearing president obama set to visit boston tomorrow just to make everybody understand how big this is to the country. there will be an interfaith service when we gets here. we're tracking this entire story for you live in boston, looking at who was lost, but also the important steps toward finding who did this and why. let's bring in national correspondent susan candiotti joining us here in boston with the latest. susan? >> good morning, chris. because of these photos, we are now getting a close-up look at what a killer or killers used to kill and to maim innocent people. crime scene photos show part of what could be a pressure cooker used in the bombings. other
of an explosive device rigged to inflict maximum damage here. >>> 29-year-old krystle campbell died right near the marathon finish line. her mother simply heart broken. >> she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> the family was initially told that krystle had survived. >>> and the sweet signature tune for the boston red sox at fenway park turns up of all places at yankee stadium on the playlist last night, and i know everybody was rooting for boston. >> what a tribute. >> goosebumps watching that. good wednesday morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john bermen. we are live in boston. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> new developments in the boston marathon bombings to tell you about this morning. investigators tracking down some 2,000 leads. 2,000. examining chilling new photos. these photos just released overnight showing the remains of one of the detonated devices. they show wires, they show a battery and bits of what appears to be a circuit board. reuters says a government official who did not want to be identified shar
is krystle campbell, a 29-year-old from medford, massachusetts, a suburb to the north of boston. krystle was standing along boylston street. >> what kind of daughter was she? >> she was the best. couldn't ask for better. >> reporter: krystle would have turned 30 on may 3rd. the third victim is a chinese national and a graduate of boston university. the injury continue to recover and tell their stories. anderson cooper spoke exclusively with ron broussard. >> were you knocked to the ground? >> i wasn't knocked to the ground. i knew i was i hit with something because the pain that shot through my leg was incredible. >> reporter: across the country tributes to remember those who were lost. with the red sox playing away in cleveland, the indians held a moment of silence. and the yankees put their rivalry aside tuesday night to pay their respects, posting this message on the yankee stadium marquee, united we stand. and playing the boston favorite "sweet carolyn" in the bronx. ♪ back on the streets of boston, an eerie quiet on normally busy streets. for megan keeler returning to this scene a
focus on lingzi but the other two victims, 29-year-old krystle campbell and 8-year-old martin richard. we do expect family members of some of the victims to be here this morning along with first responders and others who were there on monday when the bombs went off. also, a big crowd, members of the public will be attendance at this morning's interfaith service. >> thank you so much, pamela brown, outside the cathedral of the holy cross. the services begin at 11:00 a.m. eastern time and cnn will bring you coverage of that event. >>> meanwhile, the nhl and nba are paying tribute of the victims of the bombings here on monday. both the bruins and the celtics. during last night's game in toronto the celtics and raptors gathered at midcourt for a moment of silence. the bruins were the first sports team to play at home in boston since the attacks on monday. there was a moment of silence before their game as well against the sabres. and in a stirring moment, rancor put down his microphone, encouraging the crowd to sing "the national anthem" instead. ♪ through the perilous flight >> on a ni
to remember the victims of the violence. krystle campbell made everyone feel special according to her friends. little martin richard, an 8-year-old who liked to play sports and loved the red sox. he was waiting a at the finish line to welcome his dad who was running the marathon. and lingzi lu who was looking forward to a career in offense, a college student. and then sean collier, the final victim who was shot and killed in the shootout with the brothers. and right now there are 57 people still in the hospital recovering from the wounds of monday's bombings, a nd two of them in critical condition tonight. the bombings were the most documented crime in history. we during the bombing, and fphotos were requested to piece together the day. and joining me is security analyst jim walsh, should credit be given to social media for identifying the men so quickly? >> well, yes, we document things all of the time and it is going to be bigger and not smaller going forward. and today, what were some of the sources for the new information about the suspects? it was youtube and twitter and other postings s
week. 8-year-old martin richard, 29-year-old krystle campbell, lu lingze, age 23. 58 remain in the hospital, three in critical condition. many, of course, lost their limbs. last night the m.i.t. officer, sean collier, just 26 years old, he was killed. 15 other boston and massachusetts policemen who were injured in last night's gun battle. a deadly, deadly, awful toll. tonight the satisfaction for the people in that area and for boston and for america, the bomber in custody and alive at the moment. we don't know the extent of his injuries. we'll try to find out more. fran townsend, i believe you're with us now. national security correspondent for cnn. in terms of the fact that this has happened within four days, fran, this has to be considered a big success for the fbi. >> reporter: absolutely. it's a tremendous success. and i think what you heard at that press conference is them saying it was actually -- it's a team success. you really -- you needed the watertown police and the boston police, no one agency could have done it on their own. but the fbi gets tremendous credit.
murmurs ] hey! ♪ [ howls ] ♪ >>> remembering the victims of the violence here in boston. krystle campbell, martin richard, lingzi lu all three killed at the finish line of the boston marathon and officer sean collier shot and killed thursday night while police searched for the suspects. >>> and police officers and firefighters from all around the boston area saluted officer collier as a hearse drove his body to a funeral home yesterday. police say it's not clear why one of the suspects shot and killed him. but collier had been responding to a loud disturbance at the time. the 26-year-old had been a police officer for just over a year. >> and new details are trickling in this morning about the bombing suspects and possible ties to islamic extremism. cnn foreign affairs correspondent jill dougherty at the white house this morning. jill, you are also moscow bureau chief for nine years. you are very familiar with russia. what more do we know about the investigation into the older brother's behavior? >> okay. so that would have been the older brother of course is tamerlan tsarnaev. and we have
this week-long reign of terror. martin richard, krystle campbell, lingzi lu, and matt collier. patterson, an off duty firefighter, saved the life of a young boy at the finish line. and dick hoyt has run the marathon every year since 1981 while pushing his quaddriplegic son in a wheelchair. all shared in the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitches. >> it's time for our ceremonial first pitch. >> and in what has now become a boston sports tradition, the entire crowd sang the national anthem in unison. ♪ and the rockets red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ >> then one of the greatest red sox ever, david ortiz, delivered a pep talk that may end up on a t-shirt tomorrow. >> this is [ bleep ] city. and nobody going to -- >> and finally, in the eighth, no game at fenway would be complete without neil diamond. this time not just on the p.a., they got him in person. >> usa, usa, usa! >> boston just hit a three run homer to go on top. and poppy harlow is live at historic fenway park. poppy, tell us about today's ceremony. >> reporter: you know, you stole my lead there. as you were
prayers are with the campbell family of medford, their daughter krystle was always smiling. those who knew her said that with her red hair and her freckles and her ever eager willingness to speak her mind, she was beautiful, sometimes she'd be a little noisy, and everybody loved her for it. ♪ our prayers are with the lu family of china who sent their daughter lingzu for all of the city that it had to offer. she was a student far from home and in the heart take of her friends and family on both sides of the great ocean, we're reminded of the mun manti that we all share. our prayers are with the richard family of dorchester and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin with his big smile and bright eyes. and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy, forever smiling for his beloved bruins and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board. "no more hurting people. peace." if they sought to intimidate us, to terrorize us, well, it should be pretty clear by now that they picked the wrong city to do it. [ applause ] not here in boston. not here in boston. >> people ar
. here's some of the sights and sounds from that service. ♪ >> today, our prayers are with the campbell family of medford, their daughter krystle was always smiling. those who knew her said that with her red hair and her freckles and her ever eager willingness to speak her mind, she was beautiful, sometimes she could be a little noisy, and everybody loved her for it. our prayers are with the lu family of china, who sent their daughter lingzi to b.u. so she could experience all that this city has to offer. she was a 23-year-old student far from home and in the heartache of her family and friends on both sides of a great ocean, we're reminded of the humanity that we all share. our prayers are with the richard family of dorchester and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin, with his big smile and bright eyes. and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy. forever smiling for his beloved bruins, and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board. no more hurting people, peace. if they sought to intimidate us, to terrorize us, well, it should be pretty clear by no
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